7 food habits you are likely to pick up living in Asia as expat

Asia has always been one of the most fascinating travel destinations and recently it has become one of the biggest hubs of expatriation. And according to the Annual Expat Explorer survey, currently Asia is the leading destination for expat quality of life and overall satisfaction. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, now it’s confirmed – expats moving…

10 Reasons why India is the best place for Creative Photography

Disclaimer: All pictures in the blog are taken by the author and are intellectual property of the author. It cannot be used or copied without written permission. For more fine art photography see Instagram and Facebook accounts. As a fine art photographer (or any kind of photographer for that matter), your search for inspiration never ends….

A comprehensive dictionary – main words you need to know in India

Disclaimer: All pictures in the blog are intellectual property of the author and cannot be used or copied without written permission. India is a country of many languages. In one city most of the population will speak at least two languages (and not always one of them is English) – and they will differ from family to family…

What happens when you become an expat?

It doesn’t matter if you move for a year, for few or for good- once you make another country your home, even temporarily, your life is bound to change. And these are the changes you cannot undo. Those that some call “eyes opened”. You’re now in no man’s land You will forever remain a foreigner…

Meghalaya trip. Part 2. Shillong-Cherrapunji

In previous blog post I’ve covered some of my Shillong and Guwahati impressions. Now’s the time to complete this yin yang of the trip and tell about it’s second part. As the story goes, reaching Shillong, we settled at our army accommodation, which was a total blessing being one of the safest places and most…

Meghalaya trip. Part 1. Guwahati to Shillong

So 5 of us girls decided we need an adventure. And a perfect place for it in India is North-East. Firstly, because it is completely unexplored and retained its northern authenticity. Yet, as we have found out later, economically quite well-sustained region. You will hardly see a lot of poverty. Even villages do have lovely…